Celtic wedding dresses are reminiscent of a mystical medieval world and time gone by.
Many brides-to-be dream of being married in a dress which reflects the culture of their Scottish, Irish or other Celtic background. While proudly displaying your heritage, your wedding dress
should be contemporary, fashionable and memorable for all the right reasons.
The origin of the Celtic Knot
The celtic knot is a unique design often used to embellish the bodice of a wedding dress. Our ancestors created it as a symbol of eternity - the eternity of life, nature and love. Look closely at a celtic knot and you will see that it has no starting point and no end. Truly a design made to endure time and represent the lives and loves now embarking on a life together.
The traditional white wedding dress is of Celtic origin.
The white wedding dress was made popular by Anne of Brittany in 1499. Before that, a woman was married in her best dress. In Roman times, blue, not white represented purity. Todays Celtic wedding dresses combine the old world traditions and blend them with contemporary styles.